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Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Reining in the IRS while the media chases its tale

"VA nominee drunkenly banged on female employee's door during overseas trip, sources say ," CNN reported.

"Miss Universe 2013 Host Thomas Roberts Confirms: Trump Stayed Overnight in Moscow," the Daily Beast reported.

"Pruitt's Security Chief Moonlighted for Tabloid Publisher That Helped Trump," the New York Times reported.

The news media by and large are bags of Cheese Puffs in a malnourished nation. Small wonder 65 million people voted for Hillary despite her multiple felonies, her Marxist policies, and her hatred of our country.

But while the media was passing out cheese that goes crunch -- and you can read the headlines here -- the Trump Train rolls merrily along the way.

President Trump is a master of diversion, and while the mice play, the Big Cat is fundamentally transforming America.

The Washington Examiner reported that Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin just rescinded 305 Obama era rules -- 298 dealing with the IRS.

"Reducing unnecessary burdens will lead to increased economic growth, greater job creation, and a fundamentally stronger economy for our country. Regulatory reform is a key component of the president’s plan to make American businesses more competitive and create opportunities for hard-working Americans," Mnuchin said.

But the government thrives on regulation. It lives by it. Thousands of people owe their livelihood to these obscure rules that everyone must comply with.

Trump promised regulatory relief.

His Cabinet is delivering.

The media feeds us snacks.

"James Comey says Patrick Fitzgerald has been his lawyer ‘since I was fired,’" the Chicago Sun-Times reported.

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  2. Jim Shady, not forthcoming with the media?? Well knock me over with a Kleenex. My wife, who dotted-lined to Comey at Lockheed, has been very quiet lately. She knows he fucked up big time. But it’s taking time to process. She’ll probably apologize to me in like, oh, 9 months or so.

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    1. If a man has an opinion, and no woman is there to hear him, is he still wrong?

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    2. In the eyes of womanhood, yes.
      That doesn't mean he is ACTUALLT wrong, though.

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  3. Zregime - I don't understand the Lockheed reference. Mind elaborating?

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    1. ...or you could have simply said that in 2005 Jim Comey left DOJ to become General Council and senior VP at Lockheed Martin

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    2. Didn’t want to blow my wife’s cover.

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  4. By and large, the cabinet is fantastic. And I still am a big Jeff Sessions supporter - he is going to have the big roundup soon.

    The media reaches new depths every day. They will never recover.

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  5. "
    Trump promised regulatory relief.

    His Cabinet is delivering.

    The media feeds us snacks."

    Those snacks are full of sugar and salt, and LIES.

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  6. "President Trump is a master of diversion,"

    You don't suppose he watched the Ali/Foreman "Rumble in the Jungle", do you? You know, the one that taught us about rope-a-dope.

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    1. Good analogy, Roy. Ali got whaled on for multiple rounds, took some blows, let Foreman punch himself out, and then came out of his shell breathing fire. I liked it and hope Mr. T does the same.

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